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for immigration reform. as kyla campbell reports, the president wants sweeping changes, kyla campbell? >> reporter: the president wants lawmakers to move quickly on immigration reform and to hell the 11 million illegal immigrants. they are expected to be more liberal than the legislation unveiled yesterday but he is not proposing new legislation. a group of republican senators created the latest framework for immigration reform but many in the republican party are not on board and critics say the proposal could do more harm than good. >> it is a big fat am necessary city bill -- am necessary city bill. >> what one had to say to us, when i see you next. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> all right, kyla campbell, thank you. >>> they are holding public viewings of president barack obama's speech. here there will be a public viewing at our lady of guadeloupe church which starts 11:55 a.m. >>> zachary moitoza sent e- mails to professor at diablo valley college and the university of oregon. in one e-mail he said quote "i own a ptr-91 .308 caliber semi automatic rifle with a 20 bullet clip.
. welcome to "mornings on 2". i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. >> it's monday, january 28th. >>> topping our news -- the chp is looking for witnesses to a deadly accident on a san mateo freeway. two young brothers were among the three people killed on highway 92 in foster city. ktvu's tara moriarty joins us with more on this tragic crash, the victims and the investigation. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning. three brothers from redwood city were in the car that flipped not far from where we're standing. they were 12 and 16 years old. now that third brother, who is 18 years old, is clinging to life. now, this all happened about ten minutes until 10:00 last night off highway 92. that time is important to remember because if you were driving in the eastbound direction near the foster city boulevard exit, the chp needs your help. officers are looking for witnesses because they still aren't sure exactly what caused the accident. initial reports say it was a hit and run. >> i don't know how many witnesses have called in but we do urge the public to call if anybody saw w
's defense team went to a tampa bar and allegedly tricked the opposing counsel, charles campbell, into getting arrested. >> she bought him drinks. she specifically, we believe, asked him to move her car. >> reporter: police testified that a member of bubba clem's defense team called them to have campbell arrested for dui. schnitt's lawyers say they're now asking for a mistrial on the grounds the jury may have been influenced by the publicity of campbell's dui arrest. >> obviously, the criminal arrest for lead counsel for the plaintiff has a dramatic affect. >> reporter: schnitt's lawyers say bubba's lawyers could have gotten a legal advantage because campbell left his briefcase with apartment documents in the paralegal's car. but bubba's attorneys say that there's no need for a mistrial. >> there's no evidence to suggest that my law firm or any of us was involved in any of this. >> this is campbell's second dui charge in the last five years. keep in mind, this is all stemming from a $15,000 civil suit. schnitt is suing clem for allegedly making defamatory statements about him and
this morning from white house to ban assault weapons. as kyla campbell reports vice president joe biden is taking the obama administration push for gun control on the road. >> in a few hours the vice president and other administration officials will be in richmond, virginia. they are holding a round table discussion on the white house's policy to reduce gun violence. president obama and joe biden are going around capitol hill to crisscross the country in the coming weeks. they wants to win support from people in pro gun states. the president's campaign committee turned gun safety committee is raising money now. the group is called organizing for action. it has millions of volunteers nation-wide. meanwhile democrats are trying to gain support on capitol hill after california senator dianne feinstein reintroduced a bill to ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines. >> once you have been through one of these episodes, once you see what the crime scene is like, it isn't like the movies. it changes your view of weapons. >> reporter: many republicans don't think an assault weapons ban i
to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's tuesday, january 29th. >>> a new twist in the allegations at a high school in vallejo. janine de la vega is live to explain why police are now getting involved in the case and the questions they still need answered. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we've learned that in the inside of the locker room is the coach's office. so the big question is was he even present? was he anywhere near that locker room when the alleged assaults happened? is he the only one that could be liable for what happened here? these are questions that police will be looking into. police only learned about what happened here last thursday. they will be interviewing students and officials at st. patrick's st. vincent's as well as officials in the archdiocese. the allegations involve attacks on six students. friday, the principal fired the varsity coach about five weeks after he reported the sexual hazing allegations to her. we have a photo of him from when he worked in the saratoga schools. he's a former police officer who played college
in tucson will introduce jeannie campbell. clucks think you for acknowledging my friends from tucson. i just like to add a word or two if i might and that is to say a little bit about this. we were both the staff for congresswoman giffords. this is obviously a great advocate for change. down the line from her is nancy, and nurse who just happen to be here that day and they came to our aid. had they not done so, others could have died. and lastly, the woman who i believe stopped additional wounds and injuries. i call her a hero. she says not to call her that, but she is a woman of action vichy grab that expended magazine and prevented the shooter from reloading. otherwise, many more people could have died that day. i'm a strong supporter of the second amendment and i believe that it should not be about trying to take away guns from as possible gun owners, but we have to do something after what happened in tucson and all the other tragedies including the terrible tragedy in newton. we have to do something. we have no right to be here unless we do something. i'm confident from your leadership,
. by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >>> on friday, we ended the show with a code 3 bullpucky alert, you were all calm, everybody did the show, just like we did my the drills. friday's group, the mandate, supposedly made up of liberals and democratic party, gay rights advocates. here is the problem, the people running this ad have told the press that they are liberal democrats with ties to the obama white house. but have refused to step out in the light. they're doing this anonymously. they paid for a national ad going after this president and his nominee, but have done it secretly. they said they wanted to be anonymous because they feared retribution from the obama white house, as if this white house is known for crushing liberals who disagree with them. the hole thing just seemed a little off. i'm not buying it. i call bullpucky. i say it is even money that this is the right running ads against hagel while pretending to be the l
, especially in santa teresa, campbell and also in cupertino. and speaking of warm, as we head throughout the next two days, high pressure anchored out in the pacific is going to continue to keep its lockdown on us throughout thursday, friday, even parts of saturday. no sign of any rainfall here for about 2,000 miles as that storm track lives right off into alaska. we also have this slight offshore wind tomorrow. that's going to keep it mild. and that's really what is go going to be helping us to get the temperatures in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. it's going to be warm as we head throughout thursday, but that is going to peak out through friday. santa cruz expecting 70. saratoga with 6. now here is the other side of thing. san jose only had seven days of rain in january so far with 0.69. and for january we averaged 2.81. not even a quarter of what we should have when it comes to the rainfall. event by in the seven-day forecast the chance of rain are going to be increasing. for tomorrow, 36 in santa rosa. 37 in napa. 36 in concord. 42 in fremont and san jose, with 41 in los gatos. an
it has police nation-wide on their side. live in washington kyla campbell. >>> the senate is set to vote monday on a rebill for super storm sandy. the money is urgently needed. sandy hit the east coast last october killing 140 people and destroying homes and businesses. the house passed the emergency relief bill last week. >>> new jersey storm victims won't be able to rebuild their homes exactly the way they were before that storm. that is because the federal emergency management agency has redone the flood maps along the jersey shore for the first time in 20 years. they put that area in a higher risk zone. new jersey governor chris christie says property owners will see a benefit to new tougher building standards. >> you will see lower insurance costs in the long run if you do not and your property is rebuilt without meeting fema updated standards, you will see increases in your peopleups and -- your premiums and properties will be less safe. >> the governor says the new standards will have higher costs. but the guidelines will go into effect in a few days. >>> we are learning a suspect
, campbell and all of the bay area this is abc 7 news. >>> coming up tonight on abc 7 news at 11:00, friends and family of eileen refusing to give up hope after 24 years since she was last seen. we will talk to her parents and police about the continuing and ongoing investigation. plus you saw what giants fans did after the world series. san francisco police are planning to keep it from happening again on super bowl sunday. those is stories and more coming up on abc 7 news at 11:00 over on channel 7. home you can tune in for that. rick kwan here with all of the sports. super bowl? >> more about randy moss. people still shaking their heads over randy moss' comments he should be considered the greatest receiver of all time. saying that not only distracts from the team preparation for the super bowl but also disrespects the career of hall of famer jerry rice. when asked about the controversial comment today moss didn't back off. >> what i said was what i felt and like i said, i don't want to get into a shouting match with jerry rice or anybody. i mean that is my own personal opinion. i mean the
for sunnyvale and campbell evergreen 63, 60 in milpitas and the east bay and interior valleys upper 50s low 60s. they do not for fairfield 64 san leandro and a good mix of upper 50s low 60s and the north bay. satellite and radar picture shows it is continuing to shift its way south. showers are pushing up from the south so we could continue to see on settled weather into the afternoon and as late as tonight. pop up showers certainly a possibility and a lot of lingering clouds. keep an umbrella handy just in case. by lunchtime some light rain at the south bay and the livermore valley. most of the showers are to the east and there's certainly a possibility so be safe and not sorry. showers will continue until tomorrow and another system will drop down saturday night into sunday. this will be from the gulf of alaska so it is a completely different type of system. it well be really cool. schools hours are expected pretty widespread but nothing to organize. temperatures will be on the cooler side and mostly sunny skies headed into next week. it will feel like winter once again with temperatures just
in concord. >> muggy later this afternoon. expect mainly cloudy skies low 60s in the south bay. 624 campbell los gatos. 60 in mountain view. >> upper 50s lows 60s later today fairfield. afternoon high of 59. 60 in concord. remember the showers are spending rotating their way back into the bay area. we could see a pop of showers. be prepared. most of us are under a cloud is god's lows 60s for richmond in berkeley. 59 expected for downtowns have to scott. >> satellite and radar picture shows the right pushing south. we will see showers in the south bay as we head into the weekend. another system a series of them will drop down from the gulf of alaska not bringing too much moisture but there is instability to contend with. could see scattered showers in the bay area. again not a washout. this not a big deal. showers will be cold in nature. again keep that umbrella around not only into the weekend but as we start the next work week. >> futurecast 4 shows light rain a.m. this morning for the cold light amid peninsula. putting the clock into motion today in napa, vallejo the delta and potentially
. mountain view will be reaching 60 degrees. it will be 62 degrees in campbell. it will be upper 50's for the east bay. the north bay will have a nice day. it will be a few degrees warmer in downtown san francisco. your satellite and radar view shows that we are mostly dry in the bay area. we are seeing some counter clockwise rotation. the unsettled weather will continue for the santa clara valley. >> the temperatures will talk on in the mid 40's may be the low 50's for friday and saturday. we do have a chance for snow as we head into sunday perry ed is unsettled whether from the gulf of alaska perry ed you can expect is for saturday and sunday. there will be a lot cool air that will be associated with the system. >> he is a phenomenal player and he has been doing this longer than anyone in the leak. >ague. >> i will not be intimidated. i am just going out to play. this is what a linebacker is supposed to be. this is the intensity of the game. it >> kaepernick was giving promps to ray lewis. >> he told everyone not to get near the trophy. he told them to get it out of here. >> he feel
will be in the same boat. mid to upper 50s. campbell 56. the same for mountain view. upper 50s and fremont. another cold day we will hold on to breezy conditions a high clouds will continue to stream through. we will be mostly sunny. fairfield at 59. 57 concord. into the north bay warmer than yesterday's potentially. napa at 62. navao at 55. downtown san francisco and a degree warmer. 57 in berkeley. >> satellite and radar shows clouds streaming in we are clear for the coastline that is unusual for the bay area. the clouds we see are impacting our inland spots. that will linger for the morning hours. sunshine and clear skies by later today. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows springlike conditions over the next couple of days. temperatures will jump between five and 10 degrees. >> low '70's a little to our south. partly cloudy conditions into saturday and sunday. >> 810 to 20 percent chance of rain and we could continue with a lingering showers as a stock the next work week. >> the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza during all right. it is not a hot spot. most of the traffic a maj
and walnut creek. 35 and concord. >> low for is for everyone in the south bay. campbell at 34 degrees. >> satellite and radar picture shows clear skies. a dry weather will persist of the bay area. we do have changes to talk about into the middle of next week. details on what to expect and you will need an umbrella in my next report. >> thank you erica. let us move to 49er coverage we are three days away from superbowl sunday. let us find out the latest in a new orleans. will tran arrived at yesterday's. earlier your report from the team hotel are you still there? >> i am still there. they just wrapped up media day behind me the tables and chairs. the players came out and had a chance to talk to the media. more importantly we ask them questions. before yesterday's not many people came to chris call for stable. if he is the quarterback for the san francisco 49ers-desk risk culliver . >> if he came out saying he would not like a gay person in the locker room in the nfl. all of a sudden this has exploded. the coach comments on it. so many people around this table photographers were pushin
a flight back to california, but thanks for having me here today. >> ms. campbell. >> good afternoon and thank you for inviting me to speak today. i am proud to work with the national council for community behavioral health and national mentorship organization representing more than 2000 organizations that provide mental health and addiction treatment in almost every community in this country. our members by the sentimental health and addiction driven services to more than 8 million children, adults and families across this country. i really want to cover three points. first come enforcement of existing federal reporting law. second, the ongoing need for improved treatment for mental health disorders among veterans, effort, the need for better public education about the nature of mental illness and addiction. a member organizations and the board of directors come from every corner of the country and have diverse opinions regarding firearms and the topic of gun control. we urge all states to comply with this requirement and to provide required information to national registry. however
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